Blog: Duck Waro Village

WATER: And Then There Was None

By:  Dee Rivers

TRANSFORMATIONAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (TCD) PLANTS SEED OF HOPE IN DESPERATE DUCK WARO, NIGER

The cartography of landlocked, high desert Niger shows an urn-shaped country, tipped southward, pouring its share of the Niger River, the third largest rill in the world, toward the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean. It follows then, that the majority of Niger’s population bottlenecks in those wettest, southern states.

 

Life-giving Change Begins with a Simple Borehole

Funny how one of our most priceless and irreplaceable substances is so easily taken for granted—at least in much of the world. But then, it’s easy to do that with something readily available at the turn of a faucet or the twist of a cap.